[arin-ppml] ARIN-2013-1 and ARIN-2013-2

Scott Leibrand scottleibrand at gmail.com
Mon Jun 17 16:15:33 EDT 2013

Thanks again to everyone who participated in the ARIN Public Policy
Consultation at NANOG 58 in New Orleans.  We got some good feedback from
the community, particularly on draft policies ARIN-2013-1 "Section 8.4
Inter-RIR Transfers of ASNs" and ARIN-2013-2 "3GPP Network IP Resource

Based on the feedback received at the PPC, at the ARIN 31 meeting in
Bridgetown, and on PPML, I intend to propose, at our upcoming AC call this
Thursday, that the AC abandon both proposals.  I believe the sentiment from
the community was that neither policy is necessary at this time.

If you missed the NANOG 58 PPC and would like to view or read transcripts
of the discussion, see below.

It's worth noting that in the case of Inter-RIR ASN transfers, several
people suggested that we could reintroduce the policy if another RIR
expresses interest in allowing Inter-RIR ASN transfers as well.  Until
then, the policy would have no effect if adopted.

And in the case of ARIN-2013-2, there seemed to be a consensus that this
issue was not worth addressing (for example by broadening NRPM
Residential Market Area to cover “existing devices” as well as “homes”).

If anyone disagrees with those sentiments, please speak up and let us know
why you feel the AC should continue working on the policy (and, if
possible, how you feel the policy could be changed to foster consensus).

Scott  (AC shepherd for ARIN-2013-1 and ARIN-2013-2, speaking only for

On Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 1:09 PM, ARIN <info at arin.net> wrote:

> ARIN conducted a Public Policy Consultation (PPC) at NANOG 58 in New
> Orleans, Louisiana on 4 June. The report for this meeting, which includes
> presentations, summary notes, webcast archives and transcripts of the
> entire meeting, is now available on the ARIN website at:
> http://www.arin.net/**participate/meetings/reports/**ppc_nanog58/<http://www.arin.net/participate/meetings/reports/ppc_nanog58/>
> We thank everyone in the community who participated in-person and
> remotely. We hope you will join us 10–11 October 2013 for ARIN 32 Public
> Policy and Members Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona and take part in the
> Internet number resource policy development process. Registration details
> will be announced later this summer.
> Regards,
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